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Why Candidates Should Step Up on Climate
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Why Candidates Should Step Up on Climate

While climate might not be the absolute make-or-break issue of the 2024 election, it should still be a priority for any candidate interested in accurately and fully representing the interests of the American public.

The Practical Environmentalist
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The Practical Environmentalist

"Speaking for the normies, Backer writes, 'We can move forward only if we put political tribalism aside and rise above the noise of scare tactics and denialism. Only then will our generation of environmentalists be able to stand together.' Turning problems into win-wins isn’t particularly conservative, or particularly liberal. But it is practical. And popular—as in, winning elections popular."

Julian Simon Was Right: Ingenuity Leads to Abundance
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Julian Simon Was Right: Ingenuity Leads to Abundance

"A world of greater abundance in resources means a world in which people are better nourished, better clothed, warmer in the winter, cooler in the summer, and more prosperous. It's a world in which human ingenuity is set free to make the human race happier, healthier, and wealthier."

In the Fight Against Climate Change, Don’t Forget Rural America
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In the Fight Against Climate Change, Don’t Forget Rural America

"The truth is that rural America is deeply connected to nature, far more so than their urban and suburban counterparts. Farmers, ranchers, and foresters have a personal stake in environmental protection because their livelihoods literally depend on it. With nature as their backyard, it's also their means to relax and connect with their community. Over the past seven years, I visited hundreds of rural communities to find climate solutions. It became crystal clear that they are the most critical partner in our fight against climate change."

Climate change concerns grow, but few think Biden’s climate law will help, an AP-NORC poll finds
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Climate change concerns grow, but few think Biden’s climate law will help, an AP-NORC poll finds

"But one of Biden’s major pitches for the IRA — that it will help the American economy and U.S. workers — doesn’t seem to be resonating. According to the poll, only about 2 in 10 Americans say the law has done more to help the U.S. economy, while about one-quarter think it’s done more to hurt the economy, and about half think it either made no difference or don’t know enough to say."

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